A true labor of love, this fully renovated and thoughtfully customized home will check all your boxes and then some. Using reclaimed materials (the living room accent wall is the former ceiling lath!), the owners transformed a traditional rowhome layout into an open and airy floorplan that solves the typical lack of storage issue and creates a place for everything without sacrificing floor space. An abundance of windows, warm hickory floors and sleek flat-front cabinets paired with open shelving begin in the living room and continue throughout all three levels. The kitchen combines form and function with understated flair, featuring duochrome Shaker-style Forevermark cabinetry plus pantry, stainless steel appliances including a five-burner Samsung range, quartz countertops, herringbone subway tile full-wall backsplash, heated Encaustic cement tile floors, schoolhouse pendant lamps and a salvaged rear door that provides a pop of orange for both the inside and the rear yard, which has cool horizontal wood fencing. The sunny and spacious second-floor primary bedroom has an exposed brick accent wall, built-in storage and two large windows in the bedroom; across the hall is the office with a built-in desk and open shelving could also easily be used as a walk-in closet or nursery. Through the custom laundry station complete with folding table and stackable Whirlpool washer and dryer is the large slate-tiled bathroom with separate vanity and bathing areas. First up is a dual floating vanity with inset mirror and a full wall of built-in storage. At the rear is a Grecian soaking tub with Kohler fixtures, and full-wall subway tile atop heated floors. There are two bedrooms on the third floor, and the sellers have turned the connecting area between the rooms into the sweetest reading nook tucked behind a sliding barn door. The full bath on this level is just as stylish with black hex tile floors, reclaimed wood shelving, an extra-wide walk-in shower with frameless glass door and black fixtures that pop against the white elongated subway tile full-wall surround. The basement is free for storage or a home workshop, with its good lighting and high ceilings. In an ideal Fishtown location, this home is convenient to both Girard and Frankford aves as well I95.
Single Family / Detached
288.400 per sqft
Built in 1915
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